Indigenous History Walk on Oct 9

Indigenous History Walk: Ever wondered what Lowell looked like and who lived here before Lowell became a city? Why not join a free and open to the public walking tour of Lowell? You will learn about the area’s Native American history, but also about Indigenous persistence in the city to this day. Join Lowell National Historical Park Ranger Allison Horrocks, UML students Deirdre Hutchison and Sarah McDermott, as well History Profs Christoph Strobel (author of “Native Americans of New England”) and Lowell history expert Bob Forrant on a stroll around Lowell as they highlight key historical markers noting significant activities and milestones related to local Indigenous Peoples over time.

Saturday, Oct. 9, 10 a.m. (to approx. 11:15): Tour Starts (and ends) at Wilder Street Faculty Parking Lot, South Campus. Lot will be open, and parking will be free to the community. [Use 94 Wilder Street, Lowell in your GPS].

One Response to Indigenous History Walk on Oct 9

  1. Char says:

    Hi! I just moved here (from Pawtucket, Rhode Island. that’s right… the OTHER Pawtucket!) and didn’t see this until today. Will the walk be repeated (next year)?